areas, sewer, water, et cetera, are run by councils. what you get is 46 acres and a number of businesses and different buildings. right behind me right here is the longhorn saloon which the realtor, david olson, says is ready to open. all you need is an owner to get in there, clean it up, bring in the beer, wine, whatever you want to serve, it's ready to go. there's a gas station here that's ready to go as well. there are a couple of homes, whether or not you want to keep those up, that would be your choice, i suppose, as well but certainly, there is an opportunity to run a viable town here, but you need of course a very strong work ethic and love for the outdoors and isolation. it's about 50 miles from the nearest city. >> winning the election for mayor seems pretty easy. mary thompson. >> reporter: there is no mayor. >> we got that. little joke. thank you, mary. thank you for watching today. i'm contessa brewer. see you tomorrow noon eastern. well-being. we're all striving for it.